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  • Sam Etler
    I found a couple papers that reference similar ranges. Experimental validation of the improved directivity element -elevation plane control from the 1989
    Message 1 of 2 , Jun 19, 2011
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      I found a couple papers that reference similar ranges. "Experimental
      validation of the 'improved directivity element'-elevation plane
      control" from the 1989 Antennas and Propagation Society International
      Symposium says 160-190 kHz. The other, "Engineering the World's
      Largest DGPS Network" from the OCEANS 2000 MTS/IEEE Conference and
      Exhibition talks about converting GWEN sites for use in the DGPS
      network and says the antennas were designed to work in the 150-175 kHz


      On Sat, Jun 18, 2011 at 10:10 PM, Facility 406 DM09
      <facility_406@...> wrote:
      > I did some research and although I am digusted with the majority of the
      > information currently on the web associated with GWEN, it appears, and I
      > have no reason to believe it isn't so, that the operating frequency range
      > was 150-175 KHz.
      > DGPS is between 285.3 and 325 KHz.
      > I also found this interesting webpage:
      > http://www.ndblist.info/datamodes.htm
      > Kurt
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